Kato Kaelin on O.J.: “The statute of limitations has now passed. So yes, he did it.”

Kato Kaelin

There are certain moments in history that you’ll always remember where you were when they went down, such as the Challenger Disaster, JFK’s assassination, and (unfortunately) the afternoon when O.J. Simpson drove a white Bronco in that notorious low-speed chase. As it happens, I was on summer break after my first year of college, cleaning rich people’s houses for some extra cash (and that wasn’t even my worst job ever), and catching an eyeful on the television as I ran a vacuum cleaner.

Amazingly, news on the criminal trial of O.J. Simpson (where he was of course found “not guilty” of killing Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman) continues to this date. Several years ago, TMZ briefly posted the PDF file version of O.J.’s reprehensible If I Did It book, within which OJ stated that he would have used an accomplice to help him clean up after committing the murders. Also (and this is timely) just a few days ago, Christopher Darden (one of the inept prosecutors on the case) gave a talk that included his assertion that Johnnie Cochran ripped up the liner of those famous gloves so that O.J. wouldn’t be able to properly wear them in court. I also seem to remember that O.J. allegedly stopped taking his arthritis meds so that his hands would swell up too, but that’s a moot point.

Now O.J. houseguest Kato Kaelin is talking again because … why not? Just for kicks, here’s a transcript of Kato’s original testimony in O.J.’s criminal trial, during which Kato stated, “I know my job is to be a hundred percent honest, and that’s what I’m going to do.” Kato went on to claim that he and O.J. had gone for hamburgers that evening but that he’d lost track of his benefactor during the time that the murders took place. Now in a new interview with Page Six written by Cindy Adams, Kato says that O.J. totally did it, and he’s only admitting it now because the statute of limitations has expired. Just like a total perjuring tool:

OJ Simpson

Unless you were born after 1996, you know Kato Kaelin. In the Year of Our Lord 1994, Kato Kaelin was famous. Hot. Headlines. Front page. In everyone’s mouth. On everybody’s lips. TV, radio, newspapers. Kindergarten kids crayonned his name. More mentions of Kato and lawyer Kardashian than today’s mentions of Kanye and Kardashian’s kid Kim.

He was a star of O.J. Simpson’s trial for killing his wife, Nicole. At their house that night, he saw, he heard. He knew who, what and where. The prosecution labeled Kaelin a hostile witness. Unemployed, a freeloader, did he tell the truth then? The world smelled O.J.’s guilt. Simpson went free.

Ask Kaelin today, this very minute, if O.J. — currently jailed in Vegas on a separate charge — killed his wife, and I repeat his exact words:

“The statute of limitations has now passed . . . so I can now say . . . yes, he did it.”

Why didn’t he come forward and tell the truth? Ask why he let O.J. Simpson get away with murder, and I repeat his exact words:

“I was too scared. I was terrified.”

Time and his moment have passed. Dearly Beloved, we are gathered here together in memoriam of Kato Kaelin’s dead career. He says: “People hated me. I’ve been spat upon. They threw gum in my coffee.”

Little bit of a personality, little bit of a talk-show host and guest, little bit of a D-list actor in –minus movies, little bit on game shows, poker tournaments, reality things that didn’t make it. He’s now starting a Web site to answer questions, chat personalities, maybe do a book.

[From Page Six]

Here’s an almost immediate update from TMZ, who apparently has the likes of Kato on speed dial. Naturally, Kato said he never spoke any words about O.J.’s guilt to Cindy Adams:

We just spoke to Kato in Beverly Hills, and he insists he NEVER did an interview saying OJ murdered his wife. He says he has no idea where the quotes came from, adding, “I would never say something like this.”

Kato Kaelin just told TMZ … he NEVER told the New York Post that he knows OJ Simpson murdered his wife or that he’s only coming forward now because the statute of limitations on perjury has run.

Kato says he was shocked when he read the report which quoted him as saying, “The statute of limitations has now passed … so I can now say … yes, he did it.”

Kato tells TMZ … he never said any of those things to reporter Cindy Adams or anyone else.

Kato says he has expressed his opinion over the years … that he THINKS Simpson killed Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman … but tells us, “I have no first hand knowledge.”

[From TMZ]

What a douchebag, right? As if Cindy Adams would just make crap up about Kato for the hell of it. Of course Kato really said that stuff to Cindy, and one of two things probably happened: (1) Kato made it up just for attention (which he is duly receiving) because he knows that nobody cares about him for anything other than the fact that he was O.J.’s house guest when the murders occurred; or (2) Kato really knows that O.J. did it, but Kato is worried that O.J. will have some thug friend beat his ass. I think both options are equally plausible. Damn, this guy is shady.

Kato Kaelin

Kato Kaelin

Kato Kaelin shown on the set of Pop Stop TV News Live on 8/02/12; O.J. Simpson shown at Johnnie Cochran’s funeral on 4/6/05; photos courtesy of WENN.

 

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  1. Holly says:

    He looks like that male whore dude who in on The Soup almost every week (from some reality show about male prostitutes)! Things to come, ugh…

  2. DailyNightly says:

    I’ve been reading Cindy Adam’s column for decades. I’ve always found her to be accurate and I believe she speaks honestly. I think Kato is backtracking because he realized he could be in deep trouble.

  3. brin says:

    He was a clown then and he’s a clown now.

  4. Jackie O says:

    the real crime is his hair

  5. yellowshaba says:

    What’s shady is katos hair, whoa buddy…I mean cmon though we all know oj did it, if not himself, he sure as the moon is full made it happen, we don’t need katos stamp of approval…

  6. ORLY says:

    Hmmm. I thought there was no statute of limitations on murder.

  7. neelyo says:

    ‘The statute of limitations has now passed’… and somebody’s broke!

  8. Jill says:

    He must be homeless again, why else would they be taking pictures of him in a furniture store. I read that book and what OJ said but I am skeptical he did it. Too much blood for it to be so neat and he didn’t have blood all over himself. No one can commit a bloody crime like that and there be little to no evidence.
    But if he had anything to do with it he may have hired someone IDK.

  9. Kimbob says:

    Plain & simple this guy’s a jackass….he was one @ the time of the OJ trial…& he’s a bigger jackass now.

    The passage of time has only served to make this guy even more skeevy.

    I honestly can’t stand someone who talks out both sides of their mouth. I don’t think anyone likes people that say things, then “takes them back.” He has zero credibility.

  10. Shitler says:

    There was a conspiracy theory that it was actually OJ’s son who committed the crimes & OJ was covering for him.. I thought it was interesting . & plausible

  11. TheOriginalKitten says:

    As if I needed another reason to hate Kim Kardashian, you have to remind me that her father not only defended the detestable OJ Simpson, but was by all accounts pretty good friends with him.

    He did it. Of course he did it.

    • Eve says:

      The rumor that Robert Kardashian carried the bag containing Simpson’s bloody clothes and/or the murder weapon has always seemed very plausible to me.

    • Chatcat says:

      OJ murdered them; there is no doubt in my mind. Of all the things that happened, and I was engaged in watching and reading every single thing about the before, after and since, besides OJ being wrongly acquitted, two things stand out to this day in my head:

      1. Robert Kardashian’s face when they found him not guilty. That man was in complete shock. He knew OJ did it, he probably helped him get rid of shit, but I don’t think he ever thought he’d get off the hook. He probably still has that look on his face while sitting in hell waiting for his little demon seeds to join him.

      2. AC Cowlings. Poof. That man never testified, has completely been off the radar and always has. Yes he was charged with aiding and abetting or some such nonsense, but he has never ever uttered a single word. I think OJ confessed in that Bronco and AC had to hear it all…and the weight of the whole thing has weighed on his soul since.

      Kaelin is just one of those leeches in life that ingratiates himself to whatever self serving spin of a story gets him noticed.

      • Dani says:

        You got it exactly right. I too will never forget the look on Robert Kardashians’s face.

        Also, are people forgetting the blood trail. Blood was found in the Bronco, socks of OJ’s at his house and the infamous bloody gloves. Let us also not forget the nasty cut on OJ’s hand. There actually was a ton of evidence against him. Sadly the trial was a circus and part of that circus was this doofus.

        RIP to the victims of this horrific crime.

      • JD says:

        I read something years ago about A.C.Cowlings, he wanted to party with the Rolling Stones after a concert.

        He started telling Keith Richards that he knew more about the murders than he let on, and was willing to spill his guts if he could get backstage and party with the guys.

        Richards just sort of strung him along for a bit, then left him sitting outside with the rest of the nobodies.

        The prosecutors knew the would never get Richards to testify to what Cowlings said, so they never bothered having him come into court.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      @ Eve-I never heard that! Or maybe heard it but forgot? That is totally believable to me…

      @Chat-you’re making me realize how many details I’ve forgotten about the case. I’m going to google AC Cowlings.

      I was in 9th grade when they gave the verdict. I hope I’m not offending anyone when I say this, but what I remember most was being in school and all the African American kids cheering when he was found not guilty. It always sticks out in my mind because it exemplified how the trial really accentuated the racial divide in the US.
      It was sad actually….

      • Eve says:

        @ Kitten:

        Kardashian DID leave OJ’s home carrying a bag. Prosecutors suggested it contained Simpson’s bloody clothes and possibly the murder weapon but that was never proven.

        With the death from cancer of lawyer Robert Kardashian at the age of 59, nobody is ever likely to know what was inside the Louis Vuitton clothing bag he carried out of OJ Simpson’s Los Angeles home the day after the actor and football star’s former wife and an LA waiter were found stabbed to death in June 1994.

        http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/2003/oct/06/guardianobituaries.usa

      • I Choose Me says:

        Yeah, I remember a lot of black people cheering here on my island. You are exactly right about it highlighting the racial divide. I remember wondering why so many of my own had acquitted him in their minds long before the verdict. It’s a complex issue and I think if you ask a lot of black people now they’ll say yeah, of course he’s guilty but at the time they felt compelled to go along with the popular sentiment – successful black man who’s ‘made it’ targeted by the white man. There was a lot of talk about the case being less sensational had his wife not been Caucasian. There’s some truth to the latter I suspect. I was about seventeen at the time and I was disgusted with the circus-y, exploitative nature of the media coverage and the trial (cannot stand Geraldo Rivera to this day) but I always thought he was guilty or at least responsible. So did my dad who followed the case avidly back then.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        @ Eve-That is NUTS.
        Man first he helps a dude get away with murder, then he dumps KK on us? What a lasting legacy. Ugh.

        @I Choose Me-Thanks for your perspective on that. I was scared of sounding like I was insinuating that ALL black folks were ecstatic about OJ, it was just what I saw at my predominently white high school.

        I definitely get that they were cheering more so for OJ, as a black man, beating the system than for OJ himself.
        The Rodney King incident was still pretty fresh in the collective subconscious at that point too so I’m sure that played a part in the racial divide.

      • anon33 says:

        Kitten, same here. I live in Baltimore and I was in 11th grade at a very racially mixed school; it was also an all-girls school, so the domestic violence thing hit a nerve among us and some of the teachers. For some god unknown reason they televised the verdict on our “Channel One” TVs (anybody else remember when Anderson Cooper was on Channel 1?????), and I remember the black girls cheering, and the white girls were mortified and disgusted. People were literally running up and down the halls saying “OJ DIDNT DO IT!!” It was….uncomfortable. (For the record, I am white.)
        Totally agree with you and Ichooseme about the racial climate at that time. That was also during the same time that politicians were attacking rap music and Snoop Dogg was arrested, etc.

      • KLaw says:

        @anon33

        I remember Channel One and Anderson Cooper! I still can’t figure out how he went gray and old so fast. He must have been much older than I assumed during his Channel One days.

      • mln89 says:

        @original kitten- i was in elementary school and even as a young child i remember being aware of the racial tension surrounding the case. for some reason the teacher turned on the t.v. so the class could hear the verdict and all the black kids, including myself, were cheering that o.j. was found not guilty and all the white kids (including the teacher) were angered and upset by the verdict.

        i’m just going to be real and express my personal perspective on why so many black people were visibly exhuberant when o.j. was acquitted. (again, i’m not saying it’s right, but i’m just being real.) i don’t believe the vindication many black people felt over the verdict had anything at all to do with o.j. himself or believing that he was innocent of the crime. i think the acquittal, in the minds of many black people, represented a symbolic triumph over the historically racist american “justice” system. many black people were happy because it seemed like *for once* the “justice” system did not work the way many white people expected and intended for it to. it was ironic that a black man, who *for once* may have ACTUALLY murdered or harmed a white woman got off scott free when black men have historically been legally lynched (willie mcgee) or extra-legally lynched (like emmett till, and check out the website withoutsanctuary.org if you haven’t already) for “raping” or somehow besmirching the honor of white women. what these black men were often guilty of was running a sucessful buisness, trying to vote, or doing just about ANYTHING that offended racist and insecure white people in their communities. on the flipside, historically, white people have been very leniently punished or not held legally culpable at all for crimes against black people, such as murder, rape (paramour rights), terrorism, and threats.

        even in the current justice system blacks are statistically punished more harshly for committing the same crimes as white people, and are unfairly targeted by law enforcement authorites while driving, shopping, and even walking in the street while black (stop and frisk laws in nyc). some white women even exploit the black criminal/thug/boogeyman stereotype to cover up their own criminal actions (such as susan smith, bonnie sweeten, ashley todd). most of the victims in death penalty cases are white, and black people disproportionally represent those on death row in state, federal, and military prisons. i mean i could go on and on, but the social climate surrounding o.j.’s trial had less to do with the actual murder case, and more to do with america’s f!$ked up “justice” system and lack of racial equity in punishing crimes.

    • Jen34 says:

      The Kardashians have always been scum.

      • Jaariel says:

        @min89 I was in college at a very mixed race campus & I assumed that the majority of blacks there were too educated to cheer OJ getting acquitted. I was wrong. When the verdict was shown, A huge cheer went up from the black students. I asked one of them what he really believed happened & he said OJ did it- but for the reasons you laid out, he & the others felt personally vindicated for yrs of legal & illegal racism. It actually makes sense, but it’s unfortunate that vengeance for racism had to come at the cost of honesty & the truth. A pyhrric
        victory of sorts. But your point about the irony is well taken & I appreciate your input.
        Another factor that had to be acknowledged was all the looting & riots after the Rodney King verdict & the fears that a guilty verdict would result in reigniting the riots. It’s almost as if OJ was payback or reckoning for the King injustice. Not right, but on the whole, understandable.

      • mln89 says:

        @jaariel-its not about being educated or uneducated. i mean there were many white educated scholars that came up with ludicrous reasons for why slavery and segregation were acceptable and were some of the worst bigots alive. the o.j. case was about people allowing their anger to take precedence over their sense of logic. i’m sorry that america’s issues with race may have effected nicole brown’s killer not being held criminally culpable, the same way i’m sorry that emmett till’s murderers (who admitted to crime), were never brought to justice criminally OR civilly. all we can do as a society in the future is to TRULY make an effort to fix the racist justice system (which is paramount), and try not to let our irrational feelings like anger and prejudice obfuscate our sense of humanity and justice.

  12. Lem says:

    That excerpt is horribly written. An abomination. Sentence structure horrible, punctuation badly. Concept is screwy, logical thought process, does not follow.
    Of course o j. did it . Common knowledge then, common knowledge know.
    I can’t see Kato saying this. I truly don’t. Not on the record anyway. Drunk in a bar sure, to a reporter, no.
    He didn’t seem to have enough back bone to stand behind such a statement.

  13. Jen says:

    Oh, poor baby, they threw gum in his coffee. GUM! I’m sure the Brown and Goldman families can understand his pain, what with their children being brutally murdered and then exploited by assholes for financial gain for nearly 2 decades. Yep, totally the same thing.

  14. Sunnyinseattle says:

    Well, Thank God he told us! PHEW We may have gone on forever not knowing the truth! Sheesh. ;-)

  15. aims says:

    i remember hearing the the words ‘not guilty.’ During all the bs, i remember feeling sorry for nicole. I’m sure OJ told her, ‘i can kill you and get away with it, because im OJ.’ he was right. during all the craziness, somehow an abused, murdered woman had gotten forgotten. there was a huge injustice done, and karma got him in the end.

  16. Nicolette says:

    Cindy Adams has been around for a long time and I highly doubt she would just make something up. She has something this idiot doesn’t, it’s called credibility. I think he broke out in a sweat thinking about the people OJ has on the outside that just might not like him fingering his buddy. *Wait, that didn’t sound right*

    Spineless in ’94, and still the same. One of my favorite idiotic moments of his during the trial was when he was asked what OJ’s demeanor was the night of the murders, and clearly not knowing what in the hell “demeanor” meant, he throws his arms and and says “Uh. Fine.” Moron.

  17. Alexis says:

    We all know this already about OJ…he looks like a combo of carrot top and…that one other comedian. Might have been on SNL in the 90′s or Kids in the Hall.

  18. KellyinSeattle says:

    OJ is simply a monster; Kato, I don’t care about, but how must the family of Nicole feel with this idiot drops this info? But OJ, he’s the epitamy of evil, with no remorse because he keeps on beating up his girlfriends.

  19. Chicagogurl17 says:

    There is a special kind of hell for someone who continues to torture a family who already had a loved one murdered.

  20. Guest says:

    We need the BRIC countries……badly. To live in a planet where logic dominates.

  21. Ginger says:

    I work in a law office and the attorney’s are always telling me stories about how the O.J. trial has become a “textbook” case and is discussed endlessly during law school.

  22. TrustMeOnThis says:

    What a bag of dicks!
    The lot of them, really. But especially this guy.

  23. Sookie says:

    Tell us something we didn’t already know for over 15 years… Attention seeker… That is all.

  24. Rachael says:

    I was graduating high school when the Bronco chase started. I came home to my graduation party and no one greeted me at the door. I couldn’t figure out why the house was so quiet and empty until I walked to the back room to find all my party guests glued to the t.v. watching the Bronco chase. So thanks, O.J.’s Bronco, for upstaging my high school graduation.

  25. Me says:

    I can’t believe Kato is getting any press 20 years later. What a jerk.
    He probably knew exactly what went down that night but really was too scared of OJ to rat him out. What a sleaze.
    I was in high school when all of this happened and this guy I was interested in dating kept defending OJ and saying “That guy can run X amount of yards, etc.” and talking about what a great athlete OJ was and he couldn’t possibly have done anything, which makes no sense. Either OJ did it or he hired someone to do it.

  26. Me says:

    One more thing-We were sitting in someone’s backyard drinking Zima discussing the case. Ah, Zima.

  27. Jaded says:

    One of the greatest miscarriages of justice in all history. I’m sure Kardashian is rolling in some dystopian version of hell right now. AC Cowlings and Kato probably live in continual fear and self-loathing.

    Remember boys, karma is a bitch.

  28. MissyA says:

    There is no statute of limitation on murder.
    Someone here is a lie-teller, and my money’s on the muppet-looking freeloader.

  29. andy says:

    The murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman is a classic whodunit case. I can only hope that the murderer is eventually found and brought to justice.

    **sarcasm**

  30. carol says:

    people have reasons to be shady. i know. i do it to protect myself.

  31. jojo says:

    i must be missing something. All he is doing is giving his opinion (which would not have be admissible in court anyway) on if OJ was guilty.

    There were no new facts he was hiding, no evidence he didnt give in trial, no smoking gun etc. He told the truth of his involvement that 20week period on the stand. But is now relating what his personal opinion is, after years of hearing/seeing the other evidence. Thats what he was afraid of doing, telling his opinion with OJ still on the loose.

    His comments seem to be taken out of context for the media sensationalism. People seem so eager to tear this guy apart.

  32. skuddles says:

    Of course OJ did it. It’s about time Kato came out with it. Probably helps that OJ is in jail and can’t shank his ass now…

  33. Would Vincet Cassel Wear This? says:

    Is it retro week or something? First Lewinsky now this fcking hump!

  34. Truth Hurts Deal says:

    We already know OJ did it. No need for Kato to confirm it. The reason the glove didn’t fit is bc he put a latex glove on first that he didn’t pull down all the way .It’s too bad that the prosecution didn’t notice it.Their view was blocked but the TV angle caught it

  35. dcypher1 says:

    Hes no different than the katdashians trying to come up on of a murderer.

  36. Carolyn says:

    Everyone knows OJ did it. OJ Simpson is a reprehensible person. So are Kris & Robert Kardashian for their part in concealing evidence and the truth.

  37. mln89 says:

    what, is this “dredge up scandals from the 90′s week”? if he DID lie about oj’s involvement he should take it to the grave.

  38. Katherine says:

    I agree with JoJo above. I don’t see what he is supposed to have lied about. Or what his prejury would consist of . His opinion is irrelevant and even if he lied about his opinion that was not a material factor in the case.

    Maybe this is not the whole story. Maybe he is suggesting he lied about what he testified to that he saw or heard that night – well that would be perjury because that would have been evidence highly material to the trial. While the SOL may have run out on perjury, I’m not so sure about the SOLs on accessory after the fact – murder, or aiding & abetting – murder. That is if Kato assisted OJ in committing the crimme or even covering up in any way or lied at his request

    I obviously would not condone secreting away suspected implements of a crime or hiding evidence but no one should be condemning a lawyer for defending someone at trial no matter how bad the offense. I can also tell you that the look on a lawyer’s face when the verdict is read tells you little if anything about the guilt or innocence of the defendant. It may tell you that he didn’t expect to win for any number of reasons.

  39. Katherine says:

    I will also add that Kato looks pretty good for his age. The carefree life of a beach bum or whatever suits him.

    I could see Brad Pitt playing him in some dark psychological take on the murder from Kato’s view.

  40. Jag says:

    Kato probably found out that the statute of limitations might have run out for perjury, but not for accomplice after the murder or some such thing.

  41. Richie says:

    I remember reading back in 96/97 that Robert Kardashian had not been an ‘active’ lawyer for several years prior to the crime and was a successful businessman instead. To continue to practice you have to register every year (or something like that). Sorry, I don’t know the terminology/specifics etc. He let his licence ‘expire’ years prior.

    The prosecution knew this of course, and would call him to the stand where he’d have to tell them what was in ‘the bag’. So, to overcome this, he re-registered as a lawyer and became part of his defence team. He could then cite ‘client confidentiality’ and wouldn’t have to tell.

    This same article also said that RK did very little (if anything – i don’t recall) during the trial to justify being a member of his defence team.

    I’m no lawyer so can’t say if this is true, but I remember wondering at the time that if OJ was innocent, and the bag contained nothing of relevance then why would RK do such a thing? Seemed rather suspicious.

    I also remember reading the transcript of an interview with RK (different article). When asked if he thought OJ did it his reply was, “I don’t know.” When pressed further and asked about his doubt his reply was something like, “The blood, the blood…there was so much blood,” which I took to be a reference to the contents of ‘the bag’.

    Just my thoughts.

    • Tim says:

      You are absolutely correct. By reactivating his law license Bob K. had privilege and could not be forced to testify against the killer. He never uttered a word during the entire 8 month trial.He was a protected witness, not a defense lawyer. That bum couldnt find the courthouse.

  42. Ravensdaughter says:

    Kato Kaelin-D list celeb and parasite. If he really said this stuff, why are we surprised?
    The people who are hurt by this are the kids. I guess Sydney is trying to speak to OJ in jail- forgive him, basically. I wonder if this latest blow-really, how horrible that Kato committed perjury and her father went unpunished for a brutal double murder-will affect the baby steps she is trying to make towards her monster of a father?
    Plus the Goldmans-maybe THEY should take out a hit on Kato.
    Also, I seem to remember that Nicole was painted by the defense as very loose woman-the old “blame the victim” game.
    I feel like losing my lunch and taking a shower after reading and thinking about this. May OJ and all his accomplices after the fact rot in hell.

    • Tim says:

      Nicole was a woman of extremely high morals who did not cheat on the killer during her entire marriage right up until the seperation. She wouldnt speak to Kris J for a long while because she didnt approve of her extra marital affairs. She also cut off her false friend Cora slightly before the murders for the same reason. Nicole was a down to earth religious woman who valued loyalty and generosity more than the fake Hollywood scene. She did not have a snobbish bone in her body.

  43. Ella says:

    “Hot. Headlines. Front page. In everyone’s mouth. On everybody’s lips… he saw, he heard. He knew who, what and where… Unemployed, a freeloader…
    Little bit of a personality, little bit of a talk-show host and guest, little bit of a D-list actor…”

    Can Cindy Adams not string a grammatically legitimate sentence together?

  44. snappyfish says:

    wow! that’s incredible! next kato will tell us that lindsay lohan does drugs and that clay aiken is gay.

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